Alison Stuebe, MD

  Assistant Professor
Maternal and Child Health
Assistant Professor

Obstetrics and Gynecology
3010 Old Clinic Building , Division of Maternal-Fetal Medicine
Campus Box 7516
Chapel Hill 27599-7516
T: 919-966-1601


1995  Duke University  BS, Biology

2001  Washington University School of Medicine  MD, Medicine

2005  Brigham and Women’s Hospital  Residency, Obstetrics and Gynecology

2008  Brigham and Women’s Hospital  Fellowship, Maternal and Child Health

2008  Harvard School of Public Health  MSc, Epidemiology

Key Publications

Watkins S, Mltzer-Brody S, Zolnoun D, Stuebe A (2011)
Early breastfeeding experiences and post partum depression.
Obstetrics and Gynecology, p.Epub ahead of print.

Baker AM, Haeri S, Camargo CA, Stuebe AM, Bogges KA (2011)
A nested case-control study of first-trimester vitamin D status and risk for spontaneous preterm birth..
American Journal of Perinatology, p.Epub ahead of print.

Stuebe AM, Mantzoros C, Kleinman K, Gillman MW, Rifas-Shiman S, Gunderson EP, Rich-Edwards J (2011)
Duration of lactation and maternal adipokines at 3 years postpartum..
Diabetes: vol.60(4), p.1277-85.

Haeri S, Johnson N, Baker AM, Stuebe A, Raines C, Barrow DA, Boggess KA (2011)
Maternal depression and Epstein-Barr virus reactivation in early pregnancy..
Obstetrics and Gynecology: vol.117(4), p.862-6.

Nowicki E, Siega-Riz AM, Herring A, He K, Stuebe A, Olshan A (2011)
Predictors of measurement error in energy intake during pregnancy..
American Journal of Epidemiology: vol.173, p.560-8.